Filing For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? What You Can Expect

Posted on: 23 October 2020
If your struggling with your debt, you may be considering filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If you are in the process of filing or have just filed, you may be wondering about the process and what you can expect to happen. Read on for some helpful information to help you throughout your bankruptcy filing.  Filing Filing your bankruptcy is going to entail some homework from you. You'll have to go through your bills and all of your debts to create a list of all of your creditors with their address and phone numbers, what the debt is for and how much you owe at the time of filing.
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Understanding And Avoiding The 4 Types Of Bankruptcy Fraud

Posted on: 30 April 2020
When a bankruptcy law firm works with a debtor, one of the big goals is to make sure the client stays on a straight and narrow path. Although it's a fairly rare allegation to come up in a bankruptcy proceeding, fraud accusations can derail your petition or even lead to criminal charges. It's important to understand what counts as bankruptcy fraud so you can avoid it. Hiding Assets Of all the potential temptations the average person or business might engage in, hiding assets is the most common one.
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Which One Is Better: Chapter 7 Or Chapter 13?

Posted on: 22 May 2019
If you are in the initial stages of evaluating bankruptcy as a way out of debt, you might wonder whether it is better to use Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. This is one of the first questions people ask bankruptcy lawyers when meeting with them, and the answer is always the same. It depends. Here are several factors that will help you determine which option is better for you. The types of debts you have
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Why Declaring Bankruptcy Can Be Good If You Have Numerous Outstanding Payday Loans

Posted on: 27 February 2019
Obtaining a payday loan may be necessary for a variety of reasons, but if you're still struggling financially afterward, you might decide to obtain another such loan. It's easy to accumulate loans from several payday lenders in a short amount of time, and this can leave you in a deep financial hole that is difficult to climb out of. If you're in this situation, it might be time to think about declaring bankruptcy.
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